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>> a u.s. capital police officer was rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car about 8:30 in the 200 block of hass mass avenue in northeast. we're told theofficer was hit while redirecting another vehicle. there's no word yet on the officer's condition. the scene has just been cleared. so far, no charges file. >>> also tonight, a metro bus driver was taped while he appears to be reading a newspaper while behind the wheel. the transit agency says it is investigating. some riders are upset the about that. shomari stone now with the cell phone video. >> reporter: well, that metro bus driver was around the dupont circle route right around here. all of a sudden passengers say he pulled out a metro -- a newspaper like this one here, started reading it, and many of them tell me they're concerned. >> 31st street. >> reporter: disturbing video posted today on a blog catches a d.c. metro bus driver holding a newspaper in one hand, the steering wheel in another sometime during rush hour over the last two weeks. we showed it to a metro rider. >> that's a safety violation! come on,
for the night and matt flynn will finish it up here. he will take us to the finish line. flynn who was signed to that big contract and looked to the world that he would be the man. russell wilson just simply flat out won the job and has been the starter since the opener. >> cris: yeah, and he won it because of game altering plays. his gap plays, as russell wilson likes to call these things, and he has been sensational with them tonight. he had one turnover on a big play, but third down conversions, 11 of 12. red zone, 4 for 4. and that's a rookie. >> al: turnover on a tipped pass. in seven games in this stadium this season, he has thrown two interceptions. >> cris: he's something now. >> al: oh, yeah. >> cris: it was funny talking to pete about him. he said people warned me when i met him at the senior bowl, he goes, now, you know, be careful because you'll think he is one of those artists, you know, that can kind of trick you and fool y you, but he has lived up to it on an everyday basis and nobody works harder in the building and pete carroll is his biggest fan, no question. >> al: this tea
'll forecast abotalk about tha west virginia and whether it will affect us and how things look heading into the new year and all the new year's eve celebrations. my full forecast is a few minutes away, jim. >> thanks, kim. >>> work continues behind closed doors tonight to get a last-minute deal that steers us away from the fiscal cliff. sources tell nbc news party leaders in the senate are drafting a small stop-gap plan. the question is whether minority leader mitch mcconnell and majority leader harry reid can draft a bill that will pass the house. any bill that does come up for a vote tomorrow or monday will likely not address massive spending cuts but lawmakers are trying to avoid tax increases for most americans. nbc's david gregory talked to president obama about negotiations today in an interview that airs on "meet the press" tomorrow. the president continues to be optimistic but he, i think, in part is doing the interview on "meet the press" because he wants to keep the pressure on republicans to get something done and made very clear in the course of the interview that there's a
of weapon used at sandy hook have skyrocketed. >> a lot of people are concerned about recent events. what may take place if the assault ban takes back. people are buying things that they wanted to buy in the past. doing it faster probably. >> on wtop news, bob mcdonald said it is time to talk about allowing trained school personnel to carry weapons. in ape pe post, it was called outrageous and guns do not belong in school. >>> more on how a teacher's role has evolved in light of the reecen nt recent violence in schools. >> reporter: we are hearing heartwrenching stories from newtown of heroic actions by teaches who came under fire trying in vain to shield their 6 and 7-year-old students from the gunman. a terrifying scenario, but tonight, we meet one aspiring elementary school teachers from northern virginia who says she cannot imagine doing anything differently. >> various thank you card from -- >> reporter: jessica says the can happen in days, even as a substitute teacher or longer stint overseas, the bond forms quickly between young students and a dedicated teacher. >> you connect with
they do when they hear bad weather coming. they stock up on supplies. doug's going to el us how just how much we can expect and when. doug. >> yeah, jim. we're watching this storm actually make its way in right now. i think the pretreatment of the roadways is going to help in a big way as we make our way through the night tonight into early tomorrow morning. 38 degrees at the airport. winds out at the northeast at 3 miles an hour. no windchill to talk about. it's a fairly nice friday evening. as we make our way into saturday morning, we're going to run into a few problems. this is why. take a look at the temperatures. 38 here. below freezing well to the north and west including manassas, leesburg, and frederick. that means anything that does fall will most likely start to stick on the roadways and of course on other surfaces as well. any of the secondary roads could be problematic early tomorrow morning. that's why we do have that winter weather advisory in effect. it does not include the district, prince georges county, fairfax county and down toward the south and east including all of
. almost looked like it was sort of a relaxed moment there. he used calvin to bounce off of him and make that turn and that flag. >> al: now from the 48. bell. to the 43 yard line. tackled by brad jones. the clock at 50 seconds. 15 more yards, then try the onside kick. stafford going deep, and it's kicked away, incomplete. williams on the other side of the field this time. helping to guard scheffler. third down. >> cris: they've got a lot of big guys on the field right now, but they just don't have that dynamic player that we're used to seeing with detroit. he can work quickly in there. titus young should be a factor. a lot of big tight bodies out there now. maybe a good shot for a hail mary. >> al: you just mentioned the guys who will be two, three and four on your receiver depth chart behind calvin johnson. third and two. over the middle. taking it to the 35 yard line is bell. first down, you should actually try a field goal here. instead they're going to spike the ball at the 34 yard line. >> cris: i guess the problem was hanson was short on the one right at 50. and there will be abou
with them? >> they run an offense a little like us, so it's going to be tough, but i've got all the faith in our guys. we'll come out here, game plan, you know, fight them hard. you know, they're a tough-nosed defense, tough-nosed offense, they love to run the ball. you know, it's kind of like playing ourselves. they've got playmakers on the outside, but you know, they definitely try to run the ball, so we're going to have to be as physical with them as possible. >> michele: congratulations on the win, deangelo. >> i appreciate it. >> michele: bob? >> the criticism will be heavy for dallas and continuing through the week, but we feel for tony romo, 20 of 37 tonight, a couple touchdowns, three interceptions, but he's now lost six out of seven elimination games in win or go home situations. 0-3 in the regular season to get in, 1-3 in the playoffs, and there's no denying that statistic. the playoffs are now set. in the nfc, the falcons and the 49ers have the byes. and in the wild card matchups, minnesota travels to green bay saturday night on nbc while seattle will play at washington next su
osik unconscious inside the home. he later died. he worked for the u.s. agency for international development and he traveled the world working in 40 different countries. >> they found a gun in a student's locker at a school in fair fax county. administrators notified police and sent a letter home to parents. students involved have been questioned by the police. they are now facing disciplinary action. >> a memorial service at the kennedy center will remember a young falls church woman who was killed in the caribbean. the 22-year-old died in a snorkeling accident last weekend. the university of virginia senior was part of a semester at sea program. she was on a pry vat snorkeling trip with other stunts. >> tonight, detectives are out trying to find clues in the murder of a teenager in maryland. the victim was 14 years old. shot and killed in lewisdale section, less than a mile from his house. this evening, officers are going door-to-door with fliers to try to get some information. police believe elizir raus was with two known gang members when he was killed at about 1:00 this morn
a cup of coffee. she and other shoppers tell us just finding a parking space was half the battle. >> it's been kind of crazy. it took my mom an hour and a half to find a parking space. so it's been kind of crazy and seeing everybody and running into old friends. it's been kind of overwhelming. but fun. >> reporter: a poll released this week by consumer reports found 132 million people are not done shopping. 26 million have yet to start. and 17 million plan to shop christmas eve. some of the shoppers we talked to tonight say it doesn't matter when you buy your gifts, as long as they're there under the tree in time. >> i have two more days of shopping. so, you know, as long as christmas morning the kids are happy, the wife is happy, you know, it will be a success. >> reporter: and that's all that matters. now, some stores like toys r us evened the macy's here at tyson's corner are going to be staying open around the clock until christmas eve. even though you've waited until the last minute, some of the shoppers are filing out at this hour, there's still time and still stores remaining ope
being here it is helping us to help other people. >> reporter: especially now as they begin the heartwrenching task of saying good-bye. 6-year-olds, noah pozner and jack pinto were laid to rest. >> sad. >> comfort this community will need. >> the overwhelming support from the community and seeing the town come together like this is -- is amazing. >> reporter: but they still have to bury another 18 classmates and the six women who died trying to save their lives. as the mourning continues here, so does the investigation. police say the school will be locked dn and kconsidered a crime scene indefinitely. there is one thing they're sure of. >> i could tell you that the first responders that got to the scene, the shooter team that entered the school, saved many human lives. i can tell you it brock oke our hearts when we couldn't save them all. >> so many broken hearts in a community where many now wonder if they will ever heal. tomorrow an emotional day here as friend and family gather for at least two more funerals. jay gray, nbc news, newtown, connecticut. >>> that awful situa
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